This one day in-person course is designed to improve clinical practice and knowledge by highlighting new ways of working within this specialty. It discusses the management of various oculoplastic conditions and the role of Nurses and other Allied Health Professionals in delivering an excellent service.
The course incorporates service audits, research findings of patients’ feedback and considers management perspective of the service direction.
This course aims to explore:
The course material will be delivered by Oculoplastic Nurse Consultant, Doctors, Allied Health Professionals and Managers.
The course will run from 9am to 4pm and there will be two optional breakout sessions, for which there is an additional charge (please see fees section):Optional Breakout session 1 (8am to 9am)
This course is aimed at Nurses, Optometrists, Orthoptists, Technicians and Managers.
A certificate of attendance will be awarded at the end of the course.
Please book below, adding the course and any additional breakout sessions that you would like to attend to your cart.
Please note that is is NOT possible to book to attend the breakout sessions only. Places on these sessions are reserved for course attendees only.
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Course fee: £200
Breakout session 1:- £60
Breakout session 2: £80
Nicola Dunlop qualified as a registered general nurse in 1995 and has worked in Ophthalmology since qualifying. She commenced her Ophthalmic nursing studies at Moorfields Eye Hospital in 1998. Over the last 15 years her role has evolved. On completion of the Ophthalmic nursing studies she worked in the Operating Theatre. Nicola proceeded to successfully complete the Ophthalmic Theatre Course, Mentorship and Counselling Courses. Nicola was promoted to Sister then subsequently to the post of an Ophthalmic Nurse Specialist in the Oculo-plastic/Adnexal Department. She consolidated her academic achievements by successfully undertaking Non-medical Prescribing, Post graduate Diploma in Health Management and a Masters in Health Management. Drawing on her extensive ophthalmic nursing experience, Nicola pioneered the first Nurse-led Botox Clinic, Minor Surgery List, Virtual Histology Reporting Service and Post-Operative Clinic and developed the adnexal patient pathway currently in use in the Oculo-plastic/Adnexal Service. She has developed a patient education DVD on Coping with Loss of an Eye and Minor operative guideline for Nurses. She has been awarded from the British Thyroid Foundation the Evenly Ashley Award 2013 for developing the DVD Thyroid Eye Disease and its Management & Audit. The defining drive for Nicola is to improve continually, the quality of compassionate patient care in its many facets.